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Sony Hires Former Homeland Security Infrastructure Protection Chief 68

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the how-long-until-the-next-infiltration dept.
jmobley6030 writes with a bit in Gamer Gaia about Sony pulling out the big guns for their security infrastructure. Quoting: "Months after the great PlayStation network attack things are starting to get back to normal around the gaming world. While it doesn't seem like another hack attempt will take place anytime soon Sony is fearful that it could happen again. Sony announced today via their corporate news feed that they have hired Philip R. Reitinger, a former Homeland security official, as Chief Information Security Officer at Sony."
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Sony Hires Former Homeland Security Infrastructure Protection Chief

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